Boys Sixth Form News

Sports Tour Sponsorship

We are looking for support for our upcoming sports tours for both the Senior Boys’ and Senior Girls’ School squads. The Boys’ Rugby Tour will see them travel to New Zealand and Fiji, while the Girls will play Hockey and Netball in Australia and Singapore. If you would be interested in sponsoring a pupil or […]

To Kill A Mockingbird Joint Schools Production

Tickets are now available for Harper Lee’s great novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, dramatised by Christopher Sergei is to be performed in The Williams Hall at Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School as a Joint Production with Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School on 15th, 16th and 17th March at 7.30 pm. Directed by Dr John Gill with music […]

Sixth Form to Represent MTS at Model G20 Youth Leadership Summit

This weekend, nine Merchant Taylors’ Sixth Form students travelled to the USA to participate in the Model G20 Summit which is taking place in Boston this week. Molly Rigby, Ceci Power, Tala Bugis, Sophie Green, Khaira Ashcroft from the Senior Girls’ and Harry Scott, Aryan Patra, Mazin Karem and Zak Mansuri from the Senior Boys’. […]

Fantastic Response to Cricket Charity Campaign

Merchant Taylors’ School in Crosby is delighted to support a cricket charity campaign set up by one of its former pupils, Mark Edwards. ‘The response from our school community, as well as further afield, has been remarkable’ said Headmaster, Deiniol Williams. ‘People have been dropping kit into us since they read or heard about the […]

Joint Schools Networking Breakfast 2018

The careers department organised a Networking Breakfast Event for all Upper Sixth students to help prepare them for the next stage in their career, whether it be university or employment. For many students gaining a degree is no longer sufficient to secure employment. Students need to develop their employability skills; these include their ability to […]

Winning Poet

A pupil from Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School has been awarded ‘Commended Winner’ in the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award. Udit Mahalingam’s entry was chosen from over 11,000 entries.  It is the largest competition of its kind and its importance is widely attested.  Each year 100 winners (85 Commendations and 15 Overall Winners) are selected […]

Celebrating Success

Merchant Taylors’ Schools recently celebrated the success of its students at two prestigious Prize Giving Ceremonies which took place at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. The Senior Girls’ School welcomed Guest Speaker and former Merchants’ pupil, Clare Lilley, who is the Director of Programme at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP).  Clare gave an inspirational speech to the […]

Jack Bostock First Sea Lord Cadet for 2018

Petty Officer Cadet, Jack Bostock of Lower Sixth, has been selected as one of three cadets Nationally as First Sea Lord (1SL) Cadet for 2018. He will become part of the First Sea Lord Cadet Board. This is a very prestigious title to hold and he will be invited to attend some of the Royal […]

New Heads Appointed for 2018

The Board of Governors is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Heads to lead the Boys’ and Girls’ Senior Schools in 2018. Mrs Claire Tao, who is currently Deputy Head at the City of London School for Girls (CLSG), will take over as Headmistress from Mrs Louise Robinson when she leaves at Easter […]

Return to the Forbidden Planet – Joint Schools’ Musical

Tickets are now available for the forthcoming Joint Schools’ musical. Bob Carlton’s ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ will be staged at Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School from Wednesday 29th November to Saturday 2nd December at 7 pm. Directed by Dr John Gill, with music directed by Mr Stephen Newlove and choreography by Ms Louise Edge, this […]